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Aerospace First Article Inspection Requirements

2000-06-01
HISTORICAL
AS9012
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) establishes documentation requirements for the First Article Inspection (FAI). The purpose of the First Article Inspection is to provide objective evidence the all engineering design and specification requirements are properly understood, accounted for, verified, and documented. The purpose of this document is to provide a consistent documentation requirement for aerospace components First Article Inspection. It is the intent that the documentation generated will be a quality record of the supplier and customer for review of accountability and planning, for performing periodic surveillance and audits to verify conformance, for evaluating root cause and corrective action for any non-conformance, and for problem ionvestigations.
Standard

Aerospace First Article Inspection Requirements

2003-04-17
CURRENT
AS9012A
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) establishes documentation requirements for the First Article Inspection (FAI). The purpose of the First Article Inspection is to provide objective evidence the all engineering design and specification requirements are properly understood, accounted for, verified, and documented. The purpose of this document is to provide a consistent documentation requirement for aerospace components First Article Inspection. It is the intent that the documentation generated will be a quality record of the supplier and customer for review of accountability and planning, for performing periodic surveillance and audits to verify conformance, for evaluating root cause and corrective action for any non-conformance, and for problem ionvestigations.
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Statistical Product Acceptance Requirements Using Isolated Lot Sampling Methods

2005-10-27
HISTORICAL
ARP9013/1
The purpose of this SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) is to ensure conformance for each product characteristic being verified in a lot, without maintaining information from previous lots. ARP9013/1 specifies a product acceptance system for isolated lots. For example, isolated lot sampling avoids keeping track of the normal, tightened, and reduced levels of sampling formerly used in MIL-STD-105 and currently used in ANSI/ASQC Z1.4. Because those switching rules provided significant long-term protection for product quality, these isolated lot tables replace that protection in other ways.
Standard

Direct Ship - Recommended Practices for Aerospace Companies

2002-04-08
HISTORICAL
ARP9004
Limited to the Aerospace industry where an approved manufacturer requests a supplier to ship an article against the approved manufacturer’s quality system directly to a customer. The direct ship process is not required or applicable to standard parts or military parts. In this process the approved manufacturer is responsible for assurance that the article conforms to Type Design information.
Standard

Aerospace Operator Self-Verification Programs

2004-03-24
HISTORICAL
ARP9062
Operator Self-Verification can apply to a variety of processes. The primary focus is on traditional manufacturing operations, but applications can be made wherever traditional inspection methods are employed. The practices recommended in this document are intended to identify the basic elements for structuring Operator Self-Verification programs within the aerospace industry; applicable to producers of commercial and military aircraft and weapons platforms, space vehicles, and all related hardware, software, electronics, engines and composite components. Operator Self-Verification programs are applied to improve overall efficiency and product quality to processes considered mature, as judged by the organization. Operator Self-Verification programs are not stand-alone processes, but augment existing quality management system standard requirements.
Standard

Aerospace Operator Self-Verification Programs

2005-05-10
HISTORICAL
ARP9162
The focus of Operator Self-Verification is on traditional manufacturing operations, and applications can be made wherever traditional inspection is employed. The practices recommended in this document are intended to identify the basic elements and provide a “guideline” for structuring Operator Self-Verification programs within the aerospace industry; applicable to producers of commercial and military aircraft and weapons platforms, space vehicles, and all related hardware, software, electronics, engines and composite components. Operator Self-Verification programs are applied to improve the overall efficiency and product quality of processes considered mature, as judged by the implementing organization. Operator Self-Verification programs are not stand-alone processes, but augment existing quality management systems.
Standard

Direct Delivery Authorization Guidance for Aerospace Companies

2005-09-09
HISTORICAL
ARP9107
Limited to the Commercial Aerospace industry where a request is made for a Production Organization (PO) to have Direct Delivery Authorization (DDA), which includes an Appropriate Arrangement (AA) between the PO and the Design Organization (DO). In this process the DO is responsible for ensuring the continuous updating of design and airworthiness data to the PO, whilst the PO is responsible for assurance that the manufactured article conforms to Approved Design and Airworthiness Data. The PO is responsible to provide airworthiness release documentation.
Standard

Inspection and Test Quality System

2001-10-01
HISTORICAL
AS9003
This document contains the minimum requirements for supplier Inspection and Test Quality System. It is emphasized that the quality system requirements specified in this standard are complementary (not alternative) to the contractual and applicable law and regulatory requirements.
Standard

Direct Ship Guidance for Aerospace Companies

2019-04-05
WIP
ARP9114B
This document provides guidance to approved manufacturers, their suppliers, and customers when an approved manufacturer requests a supplier to ship an article against the approved manufacturer’s purchase document directly to a customer, commonly known as “Direct Ship”.
Standard

Direct Ship Guidance for Aerospace Companies

2005-09-09
HISTORICAL
ARP9114
Limited to the Aerospace industry where an approved manufacturer requests a supplier to ship an article against the approved manufacturer’s quality system directly to a customer. The direct ship process is not required or applicable to standard parts or military parts. In this process the approved manufacturer is responsible for assurance that the article conforms to Type Design information.
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Direct Ship Guidance for Aerospace Companies

2014-02-06
CURRENT
ARP9114A
Limited to the aerospace industry, where an approved manufacturer requests a supplier to ship an article against the approved manufacturer’s quality system directly to a customer. The direct ship process is not required or applicable to standard parts or military parts. In this process the approved manufacturer is responsible for assurance that the article conforms to type design information.
Standard

Aerospace First Article Inspection Requirement

2000-08-01
HISTORICAL
AS9102
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) establishes documentation requirements for the First Article Inspection (FAI). The purpose of the First Article Inspection is to provide objective evidence that all engineering design and specification requirements are properly understood, accounted for, verified, and documented. The purpose of this standard is to provide a consistent documentation requirement for aerospace components First Article Inspection. It is intended that the documentation generated will be a quality record of the supplier and customer for review of accountability and planning, for performing periodic surveillance and audits to verify conformance, for evaluating root cause and corrective action for any non-conformances, and for problem investigations. Save money while getting up-to-date access to the standards you need!
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